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a twist. we are live at caesar's palace in las vegas, nevada. let's start with the governor. governor gibbons and special legal counsel mark hutchison went on the record. nice to see both of you. >> thanks for having us. >> greta: executive order signed by? >> governor of new england myself and today new england joined 14 other states in their let -- nevada joined 14 ear states in their litigation. >> greta: mark is not your attorney general? >> no hess special counsel. the attorney general refused to bring a lawsuit as required under the law. we felt the law allows us to hire special counsel. mark has volunteered his firm to come in and take over and marshal the resources, marshal the people, marshal the case on behalf of nevada. >> greta: you are not charging a dame? >> not charging a dime. >> greta: are you doing this? >> there is nothing bigger than this. we believe in law is unconstitutional i'm glad to be part of the effort to try to challenge this law. >> greta: governor have you heard from the attorney general since you have did this? >> we have not. but we've been in touch wi
parties to become a democrat to try salvage his political career. and thanks to the people of nevada, we have been, i think any -- of over 200 in nevada, we have been -- and harry reid is trailing by 10 and 15 points against all of his republican opponents. [applause] as park pointed out we expanded our target list after the vote on obama care. stupak quit. we were saying we're going to take back america in november of 2010 and i think we may take back america before at the rate we are going. [applause] so that brings us here. we have to expand our target list. we have to get a few more on the list. as amy pointed out, it is a combination of worrying our friends and punishing our enemies. one thing that is so important to do, as someone who got their political career started and working for an old actor in california back in 1966 when he eventually became president in 1980 it wasn't just republicans that allowed us to get the tax cuts in and our success. their district or states are clearly conservative on the economic issues we have on the bus yet they can continue to defy the wishes of
erupting michigan, wisconsin, nevada, pennsylvania, georgia, that's only a few. how bad is it? we start in nevada. governor gibbons joins us live, good evening governor. >> greta, good evening, nice to be on your show. >> greta: nice to have you, sir. you want the state of nevada to be part of this lawsuit filed in florida, challenging the constitutionality of the mandate in the health care bill. is that so? >> yes, that is correct. any time you have an infraction of the constitutional rights, especially those of us in nevada, i've taken an oath to protect the people of nevada and i will do so. >> greta: aren't you boss? the attorney general of your state says no dice, not going to file. are you the boss of your state or not under the law? >> under the law, i am. i asked the attorney general to participate in bringing a lawsuit again the federal government. she has said she doesn't think the state should be in there. i'm disappointed that she doesn't want to, as i do, protect the rights and the constitutional privileges of people of nevada. >> greta: under nevada law who makes the call
leader harry reid. we went to senator reid's home in searchlight, nevada. why do you think there was such -- i don't want to use a term that overstates it, there were a lot of people that didn't like it. more were unhappy with the health care bill than were happy with it. why did you think that? >> because the loud minority made a lot of noise. now that the legislation passed, it is amazing how much different people attitude is. traveling on an airplane people are so nice to me. we have people -- it wasn't that way before. we have people coming, sending me notes in church. i have a disabled daughter, thank you very much for taking care of her. people have changed. even the republicans have changed their tone. i was in salt lake doing church business this past weekend. i was interesting, the newspapers there and the conservative bastion of america, utah, even the republican leaders up there are saying we don't want to change the things that are already in effect we want to improve some of the things that are going to happen later. everybody with the rare -- everybody acknowl
, playing the framework over this ideology, and much of our focus has been in nevada, where one of the big three happens to have a big group on the state as well. senator harry reid. we kicked off the store in nevada -- of turin in nevada. -- and we kicked off the tour in nevada. there were as many as 35,000 people at that town. we did more in terms of economic stimulus in one day than harry reid host of his attire existence on this earth -- has done his entire existence on this earth. even though the lady was a harry reid support her, she was giddy with joy. one of our tricks is we are rove this -- ar e rogues. we are ethnically diverse. there are 35 people on our staff. here religiously diverse. we are even politically diverse. beyond the constitution, the narrower the issue, the more of a fight you're going to get, and that is what we are fighting to protect -- the decision that allows us to be the first, the projects are right to be diverse and to argue our -- to be the verse and the projects are right to be diverse and argue our point. america is a grand experience. the only one of it
. >> thanks, neil. >> neil: you won't file a healthcare lawsuit, i will. and he is. nevada's republican governor keeping his word to his state's attorney general, ahead of a suit tomorrow. he's here now. there are engines... and then there's the twin-turbocharging, 365-horsepower-generating, ecoboost engine in the taurus sho from ford. that has the thirst of a v6 with the thrust of a v8. the most innovative full- size sedan in america: the taurus sho, from ford. drive one. or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. the state's attorney general won't -- >> nevada's republican governor getting ready to filed a lawsuit tomorrow. today he talks to us by phone. >> it's a pleasure to be back on your show. >> same here, sir. by the way we did try for your attorney general, katherine cortez and she declined to join us. she is the one who has the power to file suits? how does that work? if you tell her or advise her to, she says no, you can act on your own? >> yes we can. the
for the united states over this ideology that has us in its grass right now. much of our focus has been in nevada where one of the big three happens to have a grip on that state as well. senator harry reid. we kicked off this tour in nevada, a town of 500 people, and some estimates that you were there -- well -- [applause] according to some accounts there was as many as 35,000 people at that town of 500. we did more in terms of economic stimulus in one day than harry reid has done his entire existence on this earth. even though the lady who owns a coffee shop, she was absolutely giddy with joy. we have a very aggressive media campaign. one thing -- one of our trips is, we're all -- we're rogues. we're misfit toys, we are a broad background of america, we're a broad cross-section. we're ethnically diverse. we're religiously diverse. we're even politically diverse. beyond the constitution, if you engage any of us in conversation over narrow issues, the narrower the issue the more of a fight you are going to get. that's what we're fighting to protect, the system and the nation that allows us to be d
showed up with the surprising news that he had been named secretary to the governor of nevada territory. he even had a formal piece of paper signed by abraham lincoln himself, to show it. being orion, that was all he had. he was dead broke, and mark twain, sam clemens, offered to pay both their ways to nevada in orion would take them along, so in 1961, they both lit out for the territory and the next 21 days, were constant companions in a concord stagecoach rattling across nebraska, utah, and nevada. stagecoach stopped every 50 miles to meet other travelers or let them eat. at one station, twain ran into a real life gun slinger who worked for the stage line when he wouldn't busy robbing it and he carried around the ear of one of his victims as a good luck charm. slade was about to take the last cup of coffee, wrote twain, when he noticed that my cup was empty. he politely offered to fill it and i politely declined, i was afraid he hadn't killed anybody that morning and might be needing the diversion. twain survived that confrontation, but slade was lynched a couple of years later by mon
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spending have failed the people of nevada. >> tea party years kicked off this story in nevada. two and half weeks later, they are in washington sending a message. >> the event will end tonight at the washington monument. sarah palin is not on the schedule. >> a former state delegate is looking to get back into the political arena, this time running for the baltimore county top spot. he is currently the vice- president at morgan stanley smith barney. he says his experience as a legislature and businessman have uniquely prepared him to address the serious challenges facing baltimore county. a baltimore county firefighter was taken to the medical center well injuring his back. -- injuring his back. because of the fire remains under investigation. it is day parade in need deliberation trials of lamont davis. the judge requesterejected the . davis is accused of firing several shots after a fight last summer, wounding several people. a volcano in the iceland and reps. more details on these pictures. and the president is not expected to get the warmest of wellcome's today in florida. the future of
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were held today he'd win. although every poll in the state of nevada says the opposite. >>> at a recent town hall meeting tom coburn criticized fox news and defended nancy pelosi. holy smokes. is it different when you go home? it didn't go over very well with a room full of angry republicans i might add. >>> the man charged with threatening to kill democratic senator patty murray of washington may have taken part in a tea party rally outside her office. with us tonight is todd webster, democratic strategist and heidi harris, radio talk show host out of las vegas tonight. all right, heidi, what to you make of this story that the guy was arrested, may have participated in a tea party event? what does that say and should the tea party leaders, if there are some, tone this rhetoric down? what do you think? >> oh, come on. what rhetoric? we don't need to tone anything down. there were about 20,000 people in searchlight. we talked about that last week. there was not violent episode. you're going to have wackos no matter what. remember the guy who got his finger bit off by somebody who was sup
in the housing industry. states like california, like nevada, like florida that had a big boom in housing, when that collapsed, they were hardest hit. host: reaction to the goldman sachs story? does that have an impact in confidence people have in wall street? or is that inside wall street, washington beltway types story? guest: it probably does. the stock market took a hit after that news. goldman sachs' stock was down. we will have to see how that plays out. investors are worried that is not the only shoe to drop. there are other companies that are under investigation. there are other things to be found out. host: we are talking with martin crutsinger. mike joins us. how did this map come about? marty indicated you went to school to learn how to do this. guest: we were trying to figure out a way to show where the stress was being felt the worst around the nation. we wanted to look at the different points along a downward spiral. first you lose your job, then you cannot make your mortgage, then your file for bankruptcy. we thought these three variables would be a nice measure for getting a sen
to a rally in harry reid's hometown of searchlight, nevada. supporters lined the streets throwing eggs at tea party buses as they passed and some intentionally redirected them in the wrong direction. journalist andrew brightbart was there and watched it all go down. >> you are throwing els. that's not nice. you are throwing eggs. that's not nice. >> get him out of here or i'm going to jail today. >> what did you just say? >> i said i love you! >> you are going to jail if i don't get out of here? i haven't said anything provocative. i haven't said one thing provocative. >> it's over! it's over! >> i'm standing here -- [ inaudible ] they want to be violent against me. >> joining me with more on this the man himself founder and publisher of big government.com, and true thank you for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> set out what happened. you go and stand on the sidewalk in the middle, a saoufpl harry reid supporters and -- i assume in the middle of harry reid and union activists what happened? >> i thought arrived where the event was, there was a guy holding up a sign that said searchl
then, and then i heard about ads they bought in nevada, missouri and other places and i realized this is a big problem. >> do you think they targeted you in particular because they're trying to appear they're coming from a progressive perspective in their opposition to wall street reform? >> yes, i absolutely do. it's clever. it's very well done. this is an important point. i used to work in russia, for a long time, actually. this is the kind of thing you saw in the soviet union. they called themselves stop too big to fail, and very sensible, put a size cap on the banks, make them smaller. as an additional piece to reform. that's my views and the senators' views on what it would take to reduce the risk associated with the banks too big to fail. but calling themselves stop too big to fail is wrapping itself in some of the same appearances. when you see the tv ad, no mistaking it, this is a kill the bill ad, and we now understand this very clearly and we will go after them most strenuously, i can assure you. >> one of the tensions that happened among progressives on health reform i
for the incident. >>> in nevada spring is on hold for at least a little while longer. a spring storm dumped five inches of snow over the mountains of lake tahoe on monday, keeping several area ski resorts open a week or two longer than planned. and higher elevations in the area are expected to get another foot of the powdery stuff today. >>> and in oregon, one man broke the longest-standing record in gaming history. shattering a 27-year high score in the game asteroids. the gamer stayed a wake for 58 hours straight, playing for three days, to accomplish the feat and racking up over 41 million points. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather here's nbc's meteorologist bill karins with the forecast. >> i haven't seen that game in forever. that was a long time. what was your favorite game when you were -- >> frogger. >> you loved frogger? >> yeah. >> get smushed and it goes splat. miss pac man for me. >> oh. >> i shouldn't be proud of that. let's talk a little bit about what we're dealing with out there today. we do have nice conditions in the southeast. we're getting a little d
. showers from northern california to seattle. strong winds across southern california, nevada, arizona and new mexico. it will be 69 in albuquerque. 72 in phoenix. and 63 in sacramento. a warm 83 in omaha. 80 in kansas city. and 72 in indianapolis. mostly 60s in the northeast. and 80s from miami to dallas. >>> coming up next, new numbers from overnight show a bright spot in the foreclosure crisis. >>> then, john edwards' mistress in her first interview. she talks about his initial denial they had a child. and those glossy photos of her in "gq." >>> plus, the science experiment gone wrong, tearing through everything in its past ear >>> welcome back. some of the areas hit hardest by the foreclosure crisis are now showing signs of improvement, thanks in large part to government intervention. new numbers show foreclosure activity in the first quarter declined in 14 of the top 20 cities, which are all in colorakr california, florida, nevada and arizona. the number of those in danger of losing their home rose 77% in the nation's largest mote troe areas. >>> the federal reserve has decided to
. >> when you say political ploy, a lot of folks say harry reid who is running in a tough race in nevada he needs to energize the hispanic and latino base there and this is one way to try to do it. >> if you go to the state of nevada, it's one case where his latino community and his organized labor community are in many ways one in the same. a lot of the libber unions are heavily latino influenced. and harry reid needs to do it, and he'll poppycock, i'm not doing it only for the base, but it's time to move on this issue. address you noted on this program, even the president said last night i'm not sure in the tough election year there's a great appetite to cast a whole lot more tough vets. they have a problem getting republicans but much like the health care debate, the biggest problem is there are a number of moderate democrats and conservative republicans what don't want to touch the issue. >> you'll have more coming up on "john king, usa" right at the top of the hour. that's why we love covering politics. >> amen, a great day. >>> a treatment for prostate cancer, how it trains a patient'
are bright in arkansas where blanch lincoln doomed herself by voting for the healthcare bill. nevada reid's days are numbered and colorado and california they are up for grabs. in illinois, wisconsin maybe take down barbara boxer struggling in california or arlon spector in pennsylvania the senate will be back in gop hands. tell me why they are a sea of vulnerable democrats and republicans need to pick up 30 to take back control. to put things in perspective the gop picked up 54 seats in 1994 so it can be done. dick morris says these are the 37 democrats that the gop should defeat in november. this includes several democrats who nay made themselves vulnera by voting for the government takeover. this is in the book just out tomorrow "2010 take america back." let's go through the senate quickly. >> you have four open seats which win. you have north dakota and illinois and kirk is now 5 or 6 ahead of gianapolis mired in a scandal with the family bank. he's straight treasurer and his family owns a bank that's going bust and he's involved in that. >> you have four incumbents the walking dead.
. california'sary ra nevada mountains could get snow. gusty winds for kansas, oklahoma and missouri. rain is expected from the carolinas to new jersey. >> warm weather in store for the northeast today. 71 degrees in new york. 69 for boston. the great lakes region will be mostly warm. chicago, a cool 51. the high should reach 83 in miami. and 80 for dallas. >>> coming up on "america this morning," an overnight mission to rescue the crew of a sinking fishing boat off of alaska. >>> and the man accused of hacking into sarah palin's e-mail account. was there a political motive? >>> and one less star in t >>> well, shares of apple are set to soar to a new record today. the company said its first-quarter profit nearly doubled, compared to a year ago. apple's earnings were fueled by blockbuster iphone sales. the company sold nearly 9 million iphones over the first three months of the year. a record for any quarter. and more than double the number from a year ago. >>> shares of yahoo! are set to slide today. company's profit more than doubled compared to last year. but the results still fell shor
: we continue with former speaker of the house newt gingrich. sarah palin shows up in nevada. throws -- draws a huge crowd between 10 and 25,000. harry reid guess to the same location he got a little over 100, big crowd as he's kicking off his reelection. he's behind all three potential candidates that he would run against. there's been all this talk about the tea party movement how it is racist, violent. listen to what happened when he was mocking governor palin and somebody shouts out about the tea party movement, they can drop dead. let's roll this tape. >> i was going to give a few remarks on the people who were here a week ago saturday, but i couldn't write it all on my hand. [ applause ] >> you bet cha! >> sean: they could drop dead, you bet cha! what do you make of the effort to demon eyes the entire tea party movement? -- demonize the entire tea party movement? >> i think having contempt for the people of your own state is dangerous if you are an incumbent running for election. these people who were here a week ago. those are the people who elected him. they were his citizens
reid's hometown of searchlight, nevada. supporters lined the streets throwing eggs at tea party buses as they passed and some intentionally redirected them in the wrong direction. journalist andrew brightbart was there and watched it all go down. >> you are throwing els. that's not nice. you are throwing eggs. that's not nice. >> get him out of here or i'm going to jail today. >> what did you just say? >> i said i love you! >> you are going to jail if i don't get out of here? i haven't said anything provocative. i haven't said one thing provocative. >> it's over! it's over! >> i'm standing here -- [ inaudible ] they want to be violent against me. >> joining me with more on this the man himself founder and publisher of big government.com, and true thank you for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> set out what happened. you go and stand on the sidewalk in the middle, a saoufpl harry reid supporters and -- i assume in the middle of harry reid and union activists what happened? >> i thought arrived where the event was, there was a guy holding up a sign that said searchlight. as i g
is off the table. ms. louden of nevada says she was taken out of context, and adds, jonathan turley on the next big legal question, are bloggers journalists? police raid their home because one of them bought and wrote about a prototype iphone that some idiot lost in a bar. all the news new on "countdown." >> the rest is pretty much just an iphone. >>> good evening from new york. mexico has issued a travel alert, warning that it might be unsafe for its tourists to travel in the united states of america, specifically, in the state of arizona. in our fifth story tonight, arizona's reaction to its pourous borders has created common ground for everyone from a tea party senate candidate to the city of san francisco and all of latin america. the head of the organization of american states calling the law discriminatory. mexico president calderon said the new law which poses time in prison if stopped, opens the door to intolerance, hate and abuse. the mexican state of sonora pulled out of its annual meetings with arizona. the alert from mexico's foreign relations office warning residents ar
that he's in a tough re-election battle in nevada? probably yes. but somebody who was quiet on health care is now out front and center bearing the cross of the democratic party not only in the senate but in the country. so harry reid is back in action, contessa. >> maybe some nevadians would be happy -- >> reporter: i'm not even going to try and say it. nevada. >> i'm just saying that the people who live in nevada like it if you pronounce it nevada instead of nevada. i know, tomato, tomato. "a," my picture, i don't think, was airbrushed, just to go on the record. maybe yours was. >> reporter: i don't -- >> i don't want you to have to respond on that. >> reporter: we should go to court on that. i want to challenge you on that one. >> i don't want to say it under oath. i want to ask you about this youtube video making the rounds. speaking of airbrushing, maybe there should be voice brushing. any fallout from congressman hunter's comments? >> reporter: obviously, a lot of folks see this, as you said, throwing gasoline on the fire in regards to this immigration debate. duncan hunter essentiall
in nevada. they are endorsing former state representative sharon engel. she is in a huge field of 12 gop candidates and trails well behind. sharon joins us in d.c. to talk about it all. welcome. >> thank you, shannon. it is wonderful to be here to talk about what has become a national race against let's make a deal tax and spend harry reid. >> shannon: he is in the political fight of his life. though they are down in the polls they picked you as the person to be able to do it. why are you the one? >> because of my battle tested proven conservative record for things like the 2003 fight that i made all the way to the u.s. supreme court against the largest tax increase in the history of the state and it became a constitutional fight for which i got the ronald reagan freedom medalon from the claremont institute. those are the reasons that battle tested principles constitutional record that i have. >> shannon: and it has been enough to convince the tea party groups, a big endorsement for you. they have been active in nevada. at searchlight, thousands of people showed up in senator reid's home
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this fall as they did in 2008. so the right wing calls him a racist. hugo chavez on twitter. and nevada's chicken lady announces her blood test idea was not a policy suggestion. tastes like political failure. you're watching "countdown" on msnbc. vegetables are naturally low in calories. v8 juice gives you 3 of your 5 daily servings. it's a tasty, nutritious way to make this number go up... and help this one go down. v8. what's your number? >>> today on capitol hill representatives of goldman sachs testified before a senate panel and not to worry, as complicated as its business activities were, those executives were betting against you and they acknowledged that what they were selling you was shoddy. the exact word you will hear in a moment. no bleeping. senator ted coffman will join us in a moment. once again this afternoon blocked by republican senators. marks the second time in 24 hours that the republicans have stood united to stop the mere opening of debate on the bill. 57-41 with all republicans present voting no. democratic senator ben nelson voted no. president obama holding a t
in nevada. >>> how about a big shout out to pro golfer ernie els. according to "the palm beach post" els was relaxing poolside, he noticed a group of disabled iraqi veterans getting off a fishing boat. reportedly els invited the men over, bought them several rounds of beers and spent about an hour talking with them. one of the men called the encounter "the highlight" of his vacation, that's down-to-earth, robin. ernie els from south africa but very patriotic when it comes to this country. >> thank you very much. >>> the first lady talks about the rules that their two daughters have. here's a hint. don't look for the president's children on facebook. and then a fireball lights up the sky over iowa and wisconsin. cool. ?nlh[ female ann rollbwaw, s ropricelike poulapro, ?nlh[ female ann rollbwaw, s ropricelike poulapro, penningtonct it's rollback ! this bar is an excellent source of fiber. there's no fiber in this. it tastes too good. they have 35% of your daily value. oh, samples. mmm. fiber one. cardboard no. delicious yes. >>> okay, how are you coming with your taxes? time is running out
. one in nevada and now one in georgia. but the alleged victim in georgia could go to a civil court to seek remedy. now last night, ben roethlisberger stepped to the microphone for the very first time ever. he wanted to impart a message. take a listen. >> i am truly sorry for the disappointment and negative attention i have brought to my family, my teammates, coaches, the rooneys and the nfl. i understand that the opportunities i have been blessed with are privilege and much is expected of me as a quarterback of the pittsburgh steelers. i absolutely want to be the leader this team deserves, valued in the community and a role model to kids. i have much work to do to earn this trust, and i am committed to improving and showing everyone my true values. >> if you listen carefully, he never admits anything in that. and that's important going into possibly a civil case just saying he was a disappointment. so sort of morally he's talking about. well, you know, fred bright, the district attorney in georgia, had said yesterday that his purpose is to seek justice, to find justice, not just to
empezaremos a organizar al pueblo. >> venÍa gente de otros estados como texas, california, washington y nevada. >> la gente se siente como yo. no vamos a parar hasta que esto cambie. >> estuvieron rodeados de una fuerte presencia policial. las autoridades locales no quiere que se repita un episodio de violencia como el que ocurriÓ cuando decenas de jÓvenes fueron insultados por un hombre que pasaba por la calle. >> para el dÍa de maÑana hay mÁs actividades planeadas. lo Único que quieren los activistas es que si lo hacen sea despuÉs de la escuela y eviten actos de violencia. >> esto es todo por el momento, mÁs tarde regresamos. ahora vamos con mi colega en los estudios de miami. >> durante las Últimas semanas las damas de blanco fueron hostigadas y se les ha impedido marchar por las calles de la habana. las mujeres son familiares de presos polÍticos y cientos de personas salieron a las calles de nueva york. vamos a ver este acto solidario. >> vestidos de blanco, miles de cubanos marcharon alzando su voz por la democracia en cuba. >> a los cubanos y a todos nuestros hermanos hispa
books. >> plus, in today's decision 2010, harry reid runs into trouble in nevada. and if it's tuesday, there's an election going on somewhere. today we're headed to florida. but first, communique. so french, so diplomatic. >> the communique is a document released at the end of a summit stating what the parties agreed to. in fact, we're going to see one today at the end of the nuclear summit you're at there in washington. all of the countries in the summit sign onto the communique. it's usually filled with vague gauzy diplomatic code outlining wat summit achieved and committing the countries to goals going forward and half the time written before the leaders get to the summit? >> i was just going to say, that's the best part of it all. it's written before it started. >> no real suspense. this is the daily rundown. uh... yeah? you gonna ask him this time? about what? our erectile dysfunction. shh...no...i don't want to talk about it. look, you're not alone, millions of men with ed have talked to their doctors. i don't know... we can do this. okay... (announcer) talking to your doctor ab
comeback. >>> for tea partiers the senate's top democrat is their number one priority. hear how nevada has become ground zero for the tea party movement. >>> and defending the church. pope benedict didn't mention the church's sexual abuse crisis on easter sunday but another vatican official called the accusations against the pope petty gossip. >>> but first, tamron hall is back with us for a look at the stories that we are following at this hour. >>> hey there, ed. we begin with the fastest three minutes in news. we go "down to the wire" changing marijuana laws with a k-9 war hero and indoor score diving. you ready? hit the clock. we start in philadelphia with changes to the city's marijuana arrest laws. people arrested with up to 30 grams of the drug, that's just more than an ounce, may have to pay a fine but will face no risk of criminal records. the new policy takes effect later this month. the city da says it will help cut down on the court docket which is currently overloaded with drug possession misdemeanors. >>> and bob dylan has reportedly canceled his tour of asia because the chin
. >>> and in "psycho talk" tonight, watch out, nevada. the front-runner for the republican nomination for senate is sue lowden and she has nutty or goofy ideas for health care reform. at a candidate's forum last week she was asked what she would have suggested instead of the democratic health care bill. she started out rambling about health care savings accounts. that's old news. then she threw out this dandy. >> i would have suggested, and i think that bartering is really good. those doctors who you pay cash, you can barter. and that would get price down in a hurry. i would say go ahead out and pay cash for whatever your medical needs are. and go ahead and barter with your doctor. >> barter. the radio business that would be, like, a tradeout. so i should go to my doctor and offer him, say, a fishing trip at big eddie's north country lodge or maybe i have real good pheasant hunting in western north dakota in exchange for a physical? how many trips does open heart surgery get? even if mrs. lowden got mixed up in the vocabulary department, bartering with a doctor is not a long-term plan for health covera
, he's from nevada and says americans now love the health care reform bill. really? >> now that the legislation passed, it's amazing how much different people's attitudes is. traveling on an airplane, people are so nice to me. >> wow, and he didn't stop there. and the group of a.t.v. riders fall off a 700 foot cliff and survive. that amazing story coming up. plus here is one dedicated delivery guy. he gets attacked by two men, fights them off and still delivers the pizza in 30 minutes or less. happy birthday to merle haggard, country legend. 73 today. ♪ at the end of the day in sitka, alaska, everyone awaits the return of the fishing boats. ♪ their safe arrival is highly anticipated, ♪ as is something else. a shipment of natural sea salt from cargill, essential for preserving the catch. we deliver the salt on precise schedules... and ship it efficiently all along the alaskan coast; saving the fishermen money, and their catch. this is how cargill works with customers. [ female announcer ] kids who don't eat breakfast may not be getting the nutrition they need to keep
los que recibió la misiva fue el gobernador de nevada. >>> no puedo darme el lujo de detener lo que estoy haciendo, la policía y la seguridad personal son profesionales. >>> un grupo llamado guardianes de la república libres tiene un plan para el desmantelamiento. >>> aquí tenemos enemigos, no tienen nada que ver con la presencia del individuo, son las ideologias. >>> por ahora el fbi no quiso dar detalles. >>> miramos a estas cosas determinar si son amenazas, es una expresión protegida, por ahora no tenemos una investigación. >>> pero otros investigadores temen que el llamado podría inspirar a otros a actuar violentamente. quizás porque está resiente la detensión de un grupo radical. >>> están utilizando el clima de terror para crear una ola de intimidación. >>> según este ex agente de inteligencia, esto no debe ser que se vigile de cerca. >>> las autoridades asociaron esto lo que se conoce como ciudadanos soberanos, y se sienten libres de toda responsabilidad ciudadanía. y algunos de estos grupos tienen tendencia a ser violentos. es lo que tenga por ahora. >>> gracias
, the nfl commissioner. in addition to the incident roethlisberger is being sued by a nevada woman who says the steelers 'quarterback raped her back in 2008. roethlisberger denies the accusations and was not charged. coming up next half hour we'll hear from big ben on being cleared of these latest accusations. >>> tiger's return to golf resulted in a big ratings jump for the masterses. viewership was up 36% from the previous year but surprisingly wasn't a record. tiger's first masters win in 1997 remains on top. sunday, however, was still the third highest rating for a final round of any golf tournament since 1986. of course, phil mickelson's victory was the feel good story of the masters. however, it cost calloway golf an estimated $1 million because the company ran a promotion if customers purchased one of three calloway drivers between march 12th and 7th and mickelson won the masters the driver would be free. fortunately for calloway the promotion was covered by insurance so they get the money back. >>> 'tis the season for marathons and many marathons in austin, texas, runners in this ra
the democrats have not nominated an outstanding candidate. nevada is different, because harry reid, i think, it's not a pro-republican thing that's going on there. it's really anti-harry reid. >> yeah, it could be. lowden could be a formidable candidate out there. a former state senator, former tv person out there. let's take a look at illinois. this is a fascinating thing. steve, i want you to tell us. the family bank failed. giannoulias. let's take a look at what's happening out there. we've got a graphic right there see it, 39, that's kirk. he's edged ahead. it looks to me like they've got a very good shot out there to pick that obama seat up, the republicans. >> they have a good candidate who is a moderate not a conservative and a lot of republicans coming out of primaries these days are primaries are conservatives and some of them too conservative to win. but he's a moderate republican, which is good. he's running against somebody who has a problem with the family bank which is obviously bad. the person who's nominated in illinois was actually the second choice of most democrats, lisa madi
. in nevada, a republican governor sent a letter to president obama calling for action, federal action on immigration. i find the position of the republicans in arizona and nevada who say the problem is one of the federal government's to now say, we're not going to let you work on it. that is why we are here this afternoon, inviting them to help us work on this issue. take a look at our proposal. i do not direct this to lindsey gramm, only. there are 40 other republicans. take a look at this proposal. it is a good-faith effort to move forward. we say, come and talk with us. work with us. you say the problem is broken. we said the problem is broken. let's work together to fix it. >> we're facing the reality of the controversial law in arizona, which is going to be challenged as to whether it meets the most basic and fundamental test under our constitution and test of fairness. we come here with the reality that we know it is our obligation to act and move forward. senator schumer has helped us move to this moment, establishing a framework for a bill that will bring about comprehensive i
it was led by a collapse in the housing industry. states like california, like nevada, like florida that had a big boom in housing, when that collapsed, they were hardest hit. host: reaction to the goldman sachs story? does that have an impact in confidence people have in wall street? or is that inside wall street, washington beltway types story? guest: it probably does. the stock market took a hit after that news. goldman sachs' stock was down. we will have to see how that plays out. investors are worried that is not the only shoe to drop. there are other companies that are under investigation. there are other things to be found out. host: we are talking with martin crutsinger. mike joins us. how did this map come about? marty indicated you went to school to learn how to do this. guest: we were trying to figure out a way to show where the stress was being felt the worst around the nation. we wanted to look at the different points along a downward spiral. first you lose your job, then you cannot make your mortgage, then your file for bankruptcy. we thought these three variables would be a ni
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